JUN LIAO, YINGJIE DENG, ASILA AILIJIANG, ZHENFENG LIU, QINGCAI MENG, WENYUAN XIANG, HAICHENG YU, RUI FANG
Department of Orthopaedics, Chinese Medicine Hospital of Xinjiang, Uygur Autonomous Region, Urumqi, China
This study attempted to better understand the clinical efficacy of shoulder arthroscopic anchor implantation and fixation for shoulder joint bankart injury patients, in order to provide a scientific basis guiding the clinical treatment of related diseases. We col- lected the clinical data of a total of 1025 cases of patients with shoulder joint bankart injury caused by swimming and treated in twenty medical units from January 2014 to December 2015 for a retrospective analysis. All patients voluntarily accepted shoulder arthroscopic anchor implantation and fixation. To further clarify for the effect of treatment, shoulder injury pain degree and athletic ability level of patients before and after treatment were statistically compared. Also, by 6 months’ follow-up, stability of the treatment effect was evaluated. The results showed that shoulder arthroscopic anchor implantation and fixation enjoyed very significant effect for shoulder joint bankart injury caused by swimming, with significant improvements in shoulder function scores and pain scores after treatment. Differences before and after treatment were statistically significant (p <0.05); in addition, after 3 months of treat- ment, 991 cases of patients had a stable efficacy, without recurring injury and with effective treatment rate at 96.68%; 34 cases of patients had recurrence of shoulder injury, with a recurrence rate at 3.32%. As can be seen from the treatment results, shoulder arth- roscopic anchor implantation and fixation showed a significant treatment effect for shoulder joint bankart injury caused by swim- ming, which can effectively help patients restore joint function, reduce pain in patients, with a high application value and good thera- peutic effect.
Shoulder Arthroscopy; Anchor Implantation and Fixation; Shoulder Joint Bankart Injury; Clinical Efficacy